Ryan O’Halloran: Joe Brady’s motto, “Don’t get bored,” helps the Bills’ offense do exciting things.

Joe Brady led the first meeting and gave the motto for Sunday’s game toward the New York Jets, just hours after taking over as the acting offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills and being told to save the season by his play-calling.

Left guard Connor McGovern said, “Make the shorter shots, run the game, as well as play at a good pace.” “We did what we said we would do during the course of the week, and it certainly worked.”

Brady’s plan was lovely for a minimum of one night. The Bills beat the Jets 32–6. The game should were over at halftime, but it wasn’t until Khalil Shakir’s 81-yard touchdown catch in the middle of the third quarter that it became a rout.

With six sacks as well as three turnovers, the defense took sure of that. The offense made care of that by using both big plays and smart plays.

They didn’t do the mind-numbing things that gave them trouble when they went 2-4 and lost the top spot in the AFC East and their spot in the playoffs.

The “Don’t get bored” mantra from Brady is like the “K.I.S.S.” attitude, which means “keep it simple, stupid.” It was run 38 times by simple.

Simple did a jet-motion move to take the Jets’ attention off of running back Ty Johnson, who scored a 28-garden touchdown in the flat.

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Allen only made five for his first ten passes and completed just 14 of his 24 passes in the first half. However, the pass he intercepted was a low-risk throw downfield with time running out.

He was smart because he threw to important people like Johnson and Shakir. He kept himself safe on all of his scrambles as well as keepers except for one. His second-longest td pass for his career went to Shakir after he threw a shot at him.

“I will be honest, it wasn’t an easy week,” Allen said. “There are times when you have an excellent procedure but a bad result. It’s awful, and you want to change everything.” You don’t really, though.”

Allen is right; Brady had been the new head coach, but he was still using Dorsey’s system. The ideas of Dorsey.

The words that Dorsey used. Dorsey’s plan. However, Brady likely knew that the Xs and Os was only part of his week-long job.

He needs to fix the attacking foundation’s cracks. He did that by telling them they needed to stop being lazy and start having fun.